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Al Hirt – (Back Home Again In) Indiana lyrics
Up above my head
I hear music in the air
Up above my head
There's a melody so bright
And there I can hear when I'm all alone
Even in those times I feel all hope is gone

Up above my head
I hear joy bells ringing
Up above my head
I hear angels singing

There must be a G-d somewhere
There must be a G-d somewhere
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I hear music in the air (I hear music in the air)
I hear music everywhere (everywhere)
There must be a G-d somewhere (there must be a G-d somewhere)
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There must be a G-d somewhere (there must be a G-d somewhere)
There must be a G-d somewhere (some where far beyond the clouds)
There must be a G-d somewhere (some where far beyond the moon)
There must be a G-d somewhere (there must be a G-d somewhere)
There must be a G-d somewhere (there must be a G-d somewhere)
There must be a G-d somewhere (there must be a G-d somewhere)
There must be a G-d somewhere (somewhere)
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